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solution. it doesn't work. we traded for the last 20 years. we signed the oslo accord and they haven't received any peace. we tried with different engagements from god for anything for the long one that should be a three state solution and not two state solution. when i speak about three state solution, i speak about jordan, egypt and israel. i do not believe this to be a palestinian state in the land of judea and somalia because what was happening today in gaza. the range of islamic radical forces. u.s. yourself, do we want to see the same happening in jerusalem? i do not. in my book i have a lot of criticism regarding the administration, but there is some good decisions to eliminate osama bin laden. i see with the leadership in action when president obama decided to kill osama bin laden. they were ordering the troops to do it. 24 hours later there is one later that condemned the u.s. for killing one of the greatest leaders. do you know who without the care? which command you, the american? was always sure of the hamas organization in gaza. we were the only one who say i'm condemnin
. is it in their economic interests to avoid a vacuum? >> first of all, as you know, we signed not only the oslo accords, but also the peace accords. there is a mechanism, how to collect money for debt. today it is our biggest problem, outstanding debt to the electricity company. about 700 million shekels. those are very serious troubles come a very serious -- troubles, very serious problems. we have international obligations. this is in clear opposition to their obligations, to their signature on the oslo peace accord. we do not need to pay for their electricity. we paid for the palestinians, and mahmoud abbas bought a new jet for $53 million. the prime minister of israel does not have his jet, but not with the boss has his jet -- mahmoud abbas has his jet that he bought three months ago. our problem today with the palestinians is not to help them, not to develop their economy, but to deal with corruption in their ministration. we draw our conclusions in this situation as we have today. we will try to compensate all of our losses, especially with our electricity company. we will respect all of our obli
to the end of the pier. this is the oslo opera house designed by craig and snow hitter. this is an interesting building. it's an icon for oslo. the community loves it. they may never go to a opera but there enjoying the activity to the water and what encircling this building and wraps its way up as well. this is a view from higher elevation and the public can walk around and get spectacular views across the city and you can get down and touch the water as part of this development and in some ways we took inspiration of this and how could you connect the community to the water in a creative and iconic way? then we also started out by thinking about the site conditions appreciating the opportunities and the constraints that exist at this part of the waterfront, and there is some very interesting contrast. to the north the piers create much more urban everyone to the north and then you see the bridge and the sheds and the city behind. it's a more shaded side of the pier as the development is under taken. to the south in contrast a very beautiful small section of th
for europe. the european union collect the nobel peace prize in oslo. >> the thousands of jobs under threat. carmaker opel halts production at one of its biggest plants in germany. >> and will he or won't he -- mario monti's back and forth on resignation casts uncertainty over italy's economic and political future. >> we begin the show with what has been a day of celebration for the european union. >> the three senior figures representing the eu have been in the norwegian capital, oslo, to collect the nobel peace prize. it was awarded to the 27-member bloc for six decades of promoting peace, democracy, and human rights. >> however, not everyone is happy. some have asked whether the price is justified at that time when the eu is mired in economic and financial -- the prize is justified at that time when the eu is mired in economic and financial crisis. desmond tutu says it is an organization based on military force. >> coveted award was accepted with pride by the eu's 3 president, martin schulz, herman van rompuy, and jose manuel barroso. the standing ovation they received was a rare accolad
to the decision we have had for 20 years since oslo, that we want a palestinian state and the conditions that the two sides have exempted is that it would emerge from negotiations -- accepted that it would emerge from negotiations. the reason we oppose this resolution is that it trades at fictional palestinian state without negotiations, a palestine again without recognizing the jewish state, which means a perpetual state of war. our objective has been a peace treaty between the jewish state and palestinian state that except each other, and arabs will not accept a jewish state. >> i will quote abbas' words yesterday -- "we don't seek to delegitimize the state established years ago, and that is israel and." they are on record. >> these are the people you want to negotiate with. >> president obama and mike mitt romney to lunch. as promised, president obama and mitt romney over to the white house for lunch. i want to ask you about a new piece in "the new republic" about the romney campaign's internal polling. everywhere you go in washington, they say why were they so surprised they lost? th
ventures will be and i still have my oslo and scandinavian -- a farmling community in the central valuegee and so i think i is it have -- so if you are thinking what am i doing going to loss oh, in the middle of winter., you know i saw a film and never scoped my interest in scandinavian culture and is that doesn't take away at all to my comment and being proud of being latin and sevenning the latin community this past year and so i'm grateful to my supporter and is grateful to the residents of district five and i love the city and happy to have had the opportunity to serve on this board. a. (applause). . >> thank you supervisor olague. our final accommodation of the day will be to our second colleague local be leaving us today although he know he is not going far sean i have to say when i read the resolution that was draft of the to you today i was honestly blown away by how much you have done over the whereas and supervisor elsburnd has served for the past 12 years to supervisor tone aye hall and as well as belong to this board of supervisor and is for two terms as a member of this
be more guns after a tragedy? like the shooting in oslo. >> you have 600 people there on that island, and the security procedures that were there were not noneffective. if you don't have a gun, you don't have security. i have a big laugh when they ask me for security guards but we don't want them to have a gun. if you don't have security with a gun then you're not having security. >> jon: that's the thing about these norwegians. let me tell you something. they don't understand how much you need guns. it's a harpoon culture. do you understand what i'm saying? they shoot whales. they don't know that [bleep]. that was about the mass killing in norway. but at least they respectfully waited until 48 hours afterwards. in fact, if you want to have a conversation about our gun culture, you better make sure you're being tasteful in respecting the victims and their families. of course if you're trying not to have that conversation... >> this guy is six-four, 320, he could have killed her with his bare hands >> belcher killed her i guess costas does not think belcher is strong enough to asphyxi
this morning at a ceremony in oslo, norway, but this year's choice was not without controversy. three former nobel laureates wrote a letter of protest saying the union doesn't qualify as a peace maker. >>> for the second time in two weekds, an nfl team overcomes the death of a teammate with a victory on the field. this time it was the dallas cowboys. on the sidelines sunday, the jersey of jerry brown jr. was draped over the team bench. a member of the practice squad, brown died saturday in a car crash driven by a teammate, the car was. the cowboys came back from a nine-point deficit to beat the cincinnati bengals on a dramatic last second field goal. brown's jersey was held up after the emotional win, and following the game, cowboys head coach jason garrett talked about the focus his team showed during this tragedy. >> all we asked our team last night was to understand as best they could what happened and somehow, some way, to challenge the emotions they have into honoring jerry today in their performance, and that's a hard thing to do. i think everyone in our organization who knew him is co
authority violated the oslo accord trying to change the status of the west bank and gaza through a means other than negotiation. i have to say it was a vote that could have been won by the united states and israel. but that, leave it for another day. i think israel is responding appropriately. i think that the initial israeli reaction sort of shuts the whole thing off was a mistake. this is a serious problem. and i think they are well within their legitimate rights to take the steps they take. >> eric: you said something fascinating, you think the vote could have been won. it was overwhelming. 138-4. nine against, 41 abstentions. how do you think, ambassador, israel and the u.s. and israel's allies could potentially have won this? >> guest: the same way that the george h.w. bush administration defeated very similar efforts by what was then the palestine liberation organization in 1989-1990 to enhance the status in the u.n. at that time, secretary of state jim baker said flatly and unequivocally if any u.n. organization enhanced the plo's status from that of observer organization, that he
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must continue to push for reform. suu kyi said in oslo she accepted the nobel peace prize, quote, the piece of the world is as long as negative forces, the better forces anywhere for all at risk. every citizen of the world including those who live in the most free and safest conditions of the debt of gratitude to the helpful souls who put their lives on the line for democracy and freedom. there is no better example of that than the guest we have here today. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, the united states secretary of state, the hon. hillary rodham clinton. [applause] >> 17 years ago, as we were in beijing on behalf of the un conference concerning the rights of women, we fought about many of the women around the world who could not be with us but whose presence was a strong message of the values that we were promoting, values that were not just american values but universal values. madeleine albright left that conference in beijing, taking with harry poster signed by all the americans and a few others do we gave the opportunity to sign, to take that poster to burma to give t
ceremonies. >>> european union leaders are in oslo to receive the nobel peace prize. hundreds of protesters have been braving oslo's snow. the prize was meant to honor contributions to disarmament and eu member states account for a third of global arms exports. >> thanks, christine. >>> it is now 15 minutes after the hour. time for "early read," your local newsmaking national headlines. a big medical story in the "philadelphia enquirer." it's in a lot of papers this morning. very promising progress in the fight against leukemia. this is happening in the university of pennsylvania where doctors are using gene therapy to irrad indicate certain cancer cells. the first cases, seven of them are now free of the disease. the findings are already being presented by penn's research team. they use disabled hiv virus to help deliver these cells into the system. it's amazing technology showing incredible promise. >> that will be quite a breakthrough. >>> 16 minutes past the hour. the state of florida is considering a way to change plans the way college students are charged tuition. governor rick scott
chairman is presenting the the prize in oslo hall. the european union was this year years winner for its work fostering peace. >>> john mcafee says he wants to return to the united states. mcafee is accused o of killing his neighbor in beliz. >> our intent is to return to america and settle down to whatever normal life we can settle down to under the circumstances. >> he answered reporters questions during an internet broadcast from the detention center over the weekend. >>> the effort to avoid the fiscal cliff comes down to two men, president obama and house speaker john boehner held a face to face meeting at the white house and more meetings are expected. the main sticking points remain, raising taxes and cuts to the entitlement programs. republicans are signaling a willingness to raise rates on the wealthy. >> there is a growing group of folks that are looking at this and realizing we don't have a lot of cards as it relates to the tax issue before year end. >>> house republicans still oppose raising taxes under the top 2 person under many circumstances and democrats are skeptical abou
months thisy rewarded observer status to the palestinians in direct violation of the oslo accords and with no sense of purpose in light of the fact that there had just been a barrage of missiles and rockets fired from hamas in gaza to which the palestinians applauded. go figure. but i will say this, prime minister netanyahu may be the churchill of our day. mitt romney picked up a good fight as the republican challenger to the president, but he ultimately lost the race. many attributed this videotape as one of the reasons. >> there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. there are 47% who are with him and believe that they are victims. they believe the government has a responsibility to care for them and they believe they are entitled to health care to food and housing, you name it. it is entitlement. and they will vote for this president no matter what. >> memo to mitt and anybody else running for office. anytime you are in public there is a camera, a microphone. everything you say can and will be used against you. obviously the 47% did vote for presi
father was a diplomat. so he grew up in berlin, was in normandy, oslo. he speaks four to five languages quite competently. he is a global thinker. but on the war on terror, he has been -- he is tough. i mean, he is a great friend of israel, but yet he wants to see the peace process continue. and he is going to be the person who is going to have to start getting us out of afghanistan. i think he is right for that. he was tough on libya, calling for no-fly zone before anybody else. he had called for mubarak to step down before anybody else. so john kerry is somebody who is a war hero from vietnam, i mean, a bronze star, silver star, three purple hearts. so he is a warrior, but yet he is somebody who truly believes in negotiation and trying to have a peaceful world. and he also has great friendships on capitol hill. he is bipartisan. so people like lindsey graham and john mccain know him and respect him. so i think he will breeze through the confirmation. >> well, with that, i want to play a sound bite of both those two senators that you just mentioned, their reaction today to the choice.
will be speaking in oslo, norway on saturday. we will be broadcasting from just outside the nobel peace prize ceremony on monday. democracy now! is looking for feedback from people who appreciate the closed captioning. email your comments to outreach@democracynow.org or mail them to democracy now! p.o. box 693, new york, ny 10013. tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with a nobel laureate and notable african author and poet, wole soyinka, the first african- american to win the nobel prize for literature, out with a new peace, "of africa." it is amounting to a manifesto of africa can navigate its way through a successful 21st century. we are
are above the lull and we're gone building more and more land. let's remember 1993, oslo agreement. israeli signs, they recognize that palestinians deserve 22% of the land and since then until today 60 settlements and today 200 settlements, half million israelis are living in a contested land within the east bank and jerusalem. >> what is the next step moving forward? >> change of leaders. we need barack obama or man like the u.s. president or somebody like nelson mandela to be the pm in israel that actually think about the next generation and not the next election, which is what netanyahu is doing. he ran on a platform. no negotiation, no settlement, we don't see the palestinian suffering. we don't care. we're above the lull and we'll drag everybody along that path. >> you wrote in "the daily beast" that it will be a nightmare for israel. a legal nightmare. >> a legal nightmare. what israel doesn't understand that no one today can do anything without being investigated by the international criminal court. i mean, joining the -- being recognized as a palatine as a nonmember state and it wil
than in any time over the century, according to the peace research institute in oslo. drop in deaths in lung cancer and breast cancer in this country as well. so all of these reasons for hope at this time and the holidays coming, good think about some of the reasons for hope. >> those are good stat tickses, obviously. do you have some -- i hear you have some new video us for, amazing light display? >> you are going to love this every year we get amazed. take a look at this from our ireport, you got see t from chris morrow, captured video this is one house. one house. in san diego, deck to $the roof with 35,000 christmas lights. chris morrow says visiting the shoes major holiday tradition in san diego and the electric bill is at least $1,000 for the month of december every year. and since we are on that, let me just tell you about some of the cool spreads we have here that you should check out at cnn.com, really great spreads of the various lights around the world. i hope you can see this, check this out, these guys, might be hard to tell at first in tokyo, they are window washers, th
president and president of the parliament all collected the diplomas and metals any ceremony in oslo. those are some of the latest headlines on c-span radio. [video clip] >> i think that people still love discovery. i don't mean just the channel. i mean the ability to find surprises. every month or every year, i giggle a little bit about some show that people are suddenly talking about that i don't think you could ever have imagined choosing. if you came to me and said -- mike, i want you to choose "honey boo boo," or the show with the duck guy, or a certain food channel network, i do not think that if i had to predetermine that as a preference, i would have ever picked them. but the ability to stumble on them, or to hear people talk about them, going into an environment like that and dabble around and suddenly find, you know what, i kind of like "honey boo boo," and i'm watching it. i think that's a huge part of the american television experience and i think it gets sold short by talking about anytime, anywhere now. i do still think a lot of americans love the enjoyment of escapism and pas
continue to push for reform. as she said in oslo as she expected the nobel peace prize, -- ishee accepted the nobel peace prize, -- as she accepted the nobel peace prize, "the piece of our world is indivisible. -- the peace of our world is indivisible. as long as negative forces are getting better of forces anywhere, we are all at risk." free nations owe a debt of gratitude to the brave souls who put their lives on the line for democracy and freedom. there is no better example of that than the guest we have here today. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, the united states secretary of state, the honorable hillary rodham clinton. [applause] >> seventeen years ago, as we were in beijing on behalf of the un conference concerning the rights of women, we thought about many of the women around the world who could not be with us but whose presence was a strong message of the values that we were promoting, values that were not just american values, but universal values. madeleine albright left that conference in beijing taking with her a poster signed by all the americans and a few others who we
, but it is a hard story to cover. i covered the oslo massacre in norway. it still sticks with me today. how are you coping a week after? >> these tragedies are always so difficult but especially, of course, for the people who are going through it. and this is a town that is now -- has a new definition of what community means. they are helping each other to get through this. they will have to continue to do that. as time goes by. but here i think everyone agrees, this incident, this massacre at this school here may very well be the tipping point that will force some change. that is what everyone says. and i think that's what everyone there certainly is expecting. >> just tough tough story. what about the investigation, the search is obviously for a motive. have investigators been able to ascertain anything from the shooter's computer about him himself? >> even if they come up with a motive, miguel, i doubt that anyone will still be able to understand why this happened, but no, they're still working on trying to put that hard drive back together again after the shooter in this case smashed that compu
with their same store sales for the month of november. also european union leaders gathering in oslo, norway, this morning to receive the nobel peace prize. the nobel committee is awarding the prize to the european union for fostering peace on a continent ravaged by war. >>> spanish language media company telemundo is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. the company is ringing the bell at the nasdaq this morning. joining us right now acceptle yae romano. he is president of telemundo media which is owned by our parent cop comcast. emilio, thank you for joining us this morning. >> pleasure. >> part of the things that you're doing this morning is unveiling a new logo. getting away from the "t" but also a celebration of the growth of the company. >> that's exactly right. we're reflecting what our viewers have said to us about the duality of being hispanic and being in the u.s. so our new bold and very good brand that shows the duality that they live here in the u.s. is going to be the new way we're going to present telemundo. we're doing that having the best year ever. our ratings have be
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